Good morning, friends! It is a link-stravaganza over here today.
Book Related Things
EW has the cover reveal for All the Crooked Saints, plus an interview with Maggie Stiefvater (where we get zero Ronan book deets - RUDE).
A New York Times piece on YA books that tackle race and police brutality.
Read 15 classic books in under a minute each.
Movie Related Things
A thinkpiece on black actresses in Hollywood having to work for a longer time to achieve the same recognition as their white counterparts.
I loved this Jenny Slate interview. But the most relatable part is when she admits to repeated viewings of You've Got Mail after the Chris Evans breakup. Jenny is all of us.
Luke Evans thinks LeFou isn't gay for Gaston, despite what everyone else involved in the movie thinks.
Disney's live-action Mulan will supposedly be a girly martial arts extravaganza.
TV Related Things
Horrible news! A bunch of stuff is leaving Netflix at the beginning of April, including all Joss Whedon shows, The X-Files, and Roswell.
A review of Amy Sherman-Palladino's new Amazon pilot, the super cute The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
Sesame Street introduces Julia, a muppet with autism.
Vulture discusses time travel in TV (which Mandy W. points out is missing the short-lived Journeyman with Kevin McKidd, so Jamie Fraser will have to represent for gingers alone).
Rob Lowe (and sons) has a new show coming in which they will travel the country "to explore infamous unsolved mysteries.” Can you see my side-eye from there?
This 19 year-old photographer created a series of photos attempting to undo negative stereotypes of black masculinity.
We need this crying unicorn candle!
We also need these fire-proof human skulls for the fire pit.
Next FYA road trip destination? A Harry Potter escape room is opening near Toronto!